Seitdem ist es mit 2,7 GB meinen Arbeitsspeicher am belegen. Did an internal search and found the file in the directory it's apparently supposed to be stored in, also found another associated file under c:\windows\Prefetch called "DLLHOST.EXE-2B8A63A0.pf. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. References: COM+ (Component Services) What is COM?
Biswanath The file is an integral part of windows. The applications in side of DCOM are probably what are causing the problem. Student Survival Tips for Life Without a Laptop November 9, 2016 How to Choose an SD Card for Best Performance and Compatibility November 8, 2016 Windows 10 Version 1703 Codename Redstone Is dllhost.exe spyware or a virus? http://www.file.net/process/dllhost.exe.html
It creates adware and neededware popups, but doesn't show them to you. Siehe auch: Link Matthew This is dynamic link libary and multiple instances runs especially on web servers or servers using IIS effecting the CPU utilisation. Other processes bingext.dll hpzipm12.exe rundll32.exe dllhost.exe jqs_plugin.dll conhost.exe nvvsvc.exe smss.exe ati2evxx.exe mscoreei.dll igfxpers.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy
That was fixed in Windows 7. That would cover much more than just this one problem which is really a symptom. I should note though that the DLLHOST.EXE file was originally created 2 years ago and my computer was fine up until yesterday when it was modified. Brett CPU utilization gets high due dll host file Sandesh Pawar sudden appearance franniesings I wonder this a velnerability which hacker can use it.
User when I start my computer it appears that dll is not working properly asllan Its safe, it just uses alot of CPU. Michael two instances indeed came with "Internet Information Services (IIS)" (win2k here) along with 2 other processes. task manager did not report hllhost.exe true performance saying it was zero, when it was really almost 100%. then restart your computer, go back to Start search and type in dllhost and delete ALL the dllhosts you see (if u are have the same problem i had) i just
cpu lahm jim Welchia worm! Stew legt den compi bzw. Marcus By some of the responces in this it seems to me that SMTP processes could be viral. COM+ allow for the development and use of distributed applications See also: Link Allistair Lomax MCSD It came out of no where in my proces list, never saw it before. _XC_
Explorer has decided to absorb the performance penalty in exchange for the improved reliability resulting in moving these dodgy bits of code out of the main Explorer process. Ryan Used to execute dll COM inproc servers as exe COM outproc servers. Travis Crincoli A DLL may it be COM or Ordinary DLL requires that an application that loads it. on my XP machine, explorer frequently gets hung by codecs that I need to have installed.
See also: Link MicroLMV This is legal part of windows op.systems,some viruses replace this file but file itself is not virus!!! Keep it updated. I was only able to reboot to fix it on my Win7x64 machine. It's always fun to open task manager and see that explorer.exe is consuming 900MB of memory.
Kaenneth says: February 13, 2009 at 8:00 pm Tell me this was a change from XP to Vista, and I'll have good reason to upgrade to Vista. wenn überschrieben durch malware / trojaner schaden anrichten und den pc lahmlegen. From where did my PC got infected? FYI - I have thumbnail caching turned off across the board and am viewing the folders in list view rather than thumbnail view.
Victorian John This is a network control component from Microsoft which supposed to optimize requests in net but as many things from Microsoft it runs wrong. All explorer has to do is to have its own helper COM object that runs in DLLHost, and have that helper COM object instantiate the 3rd party COM object in-proc. Think before you click.
Did an internal search and found the file in the directory it's apparently supposed to be stored in, also found another associated file under c:\windows\Prefetch called "DLLHOST.EXE-2B8A63A0.pf. If you get a message that "The action can't be completed because the file is open in dllhost.exe", Open Task Manager and click on the check box for Show processes from Either way, you canâ€™t resist being curious as to what the email is referring to â€“ and open the attached file (or click on a link embedded inside the email). Control of diferents instances.
If Poweliks is detected, then press the Y button on your keyboard. If dllhost.exe is located in a subfolder of C:\Windows, the security rating is 4% dangerous. sprite Also asked me during .NET Framework 1.1 installation Eric This file is loaded in the windows\system32 directory and is for the .net framework. IHMO it is Microsoft's finest piece of code.
In Explorer, in Windows XP, create a new folder. The dllhost.exe file manages DLL based applications. DJ People, there is the legit version of this file that is the COM process, and there is a spyware file that uses the same name, located in c:/windows/shelltray. No comment anymore.
In either case, this masking action can make it difficult to detect and remove these malware programs. However on a side note one of the biggest problems I have found is multiple copies of Iexplore watch out for these duplicates. anonymous dllhost.EXE the killer it freezes you the cpu even C'A'D didnt work it was a killer the file an comes in more than 1 way so look for a file I VERY suspect Vista does the same, though I haven't tried to boot it with an unsigned driver (which caused the automated recovery).
In one of our applications, whenever a big size file is clicked to be downloaded, the negative part of this exe comes into picture. The file size is 7,168bytes (82% of all occurrences), 17,760bytes and 4 more variants. using procmon i found weird call stack: ntoskrnl.exe!NtReplyWaitReceivePortEx+0x3e2 Only shows up when I open the internet browser. What I have been doing is finding offending file selecting Delete, then go to task manager stopping Com Surrogate, then the file will delete.
No virus, everything can be a virus, notepad.exe also! Dllhost.exe is a host for DLL files and binary executables. When removing the files, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware may require a reboot in order to remove some of them. I killed it and changed extension to ex_.
The command-line will have the CLSID of the object it is hosting which you can then look up in the registry. (e.g. Zemana AntiMalware will now remove all the detected malicious files, and at the end a system reboot may be required to remove all traces of malware. The file size is 67,072bytes. Im Tsk MGR dreimal den Prozess beenden , so oft kommt er wieder nach entfernen.
Unable to kill application and IIS services is unchecked. P. Thats it. Everyone's opinions are in direct contradiction of each other to the point that there's no consensus about ANYTHING.